Yesterday I received the most wonderful gift in the mail from her from Charley Harper Studios. When this client and I began working together, we were shopping in the Todd Oldham for La-Z-Boy showroom here in Soho and fell in love with these quirky, colorful prints. I’ve never been a big fan of La-Z-Boy, or Todd Oldham, but we immediately fell in love with these graphic masterpieces.
It’s a question many New Yorkers pondered in a few weeks ago when 25 brand-new $129 Blu Dot chairs were dispersed throughout NYC. The company did the experiment to celebrate the year anniversary of their SoHo store. They thought, “What would happen if we left a bunch of Real Good Chairs all over New York, free for the taking? Who will grab them? Where will they go? How will they get there? What will their new homes look like?”
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The global authority on color and provider of professional color standards for the design industries, selected the luminous color based on its juxtaposition of tranquil blue notes and energizing green tones. In the essence of color therapy, the hue should evoke soothing, serene emotions, while restoring vigor, zest, and motivation.
In hopes of avoiding the last minute scramble to try and make the virtually impossible happen for a client, I wanted to provide a post on basic tenant fit-out costs in NYC. We want our potential clients to be armed with the proper information to plan wisely, from both a timing and a budget standpoint.
You can control the lighting, Tv and stereo, the mood, and quite possibly even the smell of the room with the ease of a touch screen. The screen can be linked to your television, or as in the photo above, your coffee table!
How much carpet goes to landfill?
It is estimated 5 billion pounds of carpet was sent to the landfill in 2003. The previous year, The Carpet America Recovery Effort was formed and the numbers have been decreasing every since. But there is still a lot of work to do to truly eliminate this global dilemma.